Session 2C

Ritual, Dance, Propaganda and Self-Expression in Art

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Barbara Miller
Add to my favorites "Gloria a Te! Principessa! Amor!": A Look at the Nature of the Relationship between Turandot and Calaf in Puccini's Turandot
Presenter
  • Eleanor Kahn, Junior, Pre-Sciences UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Judy Tsou, Music

Add to my favorites A Demonstration of the Gendered Bias within Baroque Art History Scholarship
Presenter
  • Jennifer Brownrigg, Junior, Art History, Art Studio, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Javier Berzal de Dios, Art, Western Washington University

Add to my favorites American Mythology: The Intersection of Shakespeare and the Asian American Body Onstage
Presenter
  • Elizabeth Kai (Eliza) Wu, Senior, English (Creative Writing), Drama: Performance UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Andrew Tsao, Drama

Add to my favorites Under Troubled Skies: The Confluence of Joan Mitchell and Vincent Van Gogh
Presenter
  • Melissa Hand, Senior, Art History, Art, Studio, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University

Add to my favorites Why that Color? Color Theory and Reception from Monet to Rothko
Presenter
  • Brandy Weaver, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University

Add to my favorites Is the Swan Actually Dying?: Close-Reading Ballet for Detrimental Influences of Commercialization
Presenter
  • Charlie Louise Jones, Junior, English
Mentor
  • John Holmes, UW Libraries

Add to my favorites The Ritualization of the Selfie: A Medium Proclaiming the Existence of the Non-Existent
Presenter
  • Jean-Louis Gazabat, Fifth Year, Art History, English, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University

Add to my favorites Abstract Art as Propaganda: Comparing Degenerate Art and Abstract Expressionism
Presenter
  • Gary Gage, Junior, Art History, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University